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U.S President Donald Trump with members of the Little Sisters of the Poor in the White House rose garden on May 4 (Photo by Olivier Douliery/ Abaca (Sipa via AP Images)
Politics & Society Dispatches
An executive order on religious liberty gave the impression of a church wanting to be left alone, but there is another role for Catholics.
At a May Day rally in Bloemfontein, South Africa, trade unionists demand that South African President Jacob Zuma step down. The president was jeered by labor activists and his speech was cancelled after scuffles broke out between his supporters and workers chanting for him to step down at the rally. (AP Photo/Khothatso Mokone)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Anthony EganMay 09, 2017
What should one make of this chaotic month? Is the presidency of Jacob Zuma reaching an endgame?
The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington seen on April 5, 2017. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Ellen K. BoegelMay 09, 2017
U.S. educational history is rife with examples of varying levels of government involvement with religious education in public schools.
Lowell Thompson
Politics & Society Dispatches
Judith ValenteMay 05, 2017
Mr. Thompson, one of the first African-Americans hired by a major Chicago advertising agency, is on a crusade to convince people of all races that this is not a black or white matter. Human beings represent a range of color.
Prime Minister Theresa May leaves BBC studios in London after appearing on a morning show Sunday April 30, 2017. Britain goes to the polls for a General Election on upcoming June 8. ( John Stillwell/PA via AP)
Politics & Society Dispatches
David StewartMay 05, 2017
The U.K. populace at large did not appear to share the delight of the media and the political classes as the shortest parliament in 45 years came to an abrupt end.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Jim McDermottMay 05, 2017
“So far we do not know of anybody on Oahu that has been visited by ICE or picked up.”